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. this is big gym. big jim goes out to hawaii to break up a communist spy ring mostly made up of doctors in hawaii. in the end what he does is he finds where these guys are having a meeting and rushes into the meeting and beat the communists up using his fists in a big fight and what transpires is he follows the story are, they went back, testified and got off and he starts to say something along the lines that may be the constitution isn't all that great. maybe these congressional committees are now the right thing to do. maybe we should just bareknuckle it with communist. we need to have a few more fistfights and less congressional committees investigating and that style of politics, that gruff macho style in fighting the cold war that wayne personified explicitly, mccarthy in numerous ways, that richard nixon tries to take up and make a part of his own view of the cold war and in fact during when the first scandal breaks that richard nixon is getting money from these wealthy businessmen to fund his campaign, one of the first things richard nixon does is he said it is a communist plot.
act, which lasted from ferdinand magellan's to james cook's death in hawaii that is from 1519 to 1779. they so in fear. it was reasonable for them to be fearful given the dangers of such a voyage in the the age of sail which mortality rates hoovered in the 80th percentile. a lot of people tried to go around the world. the world simply slugged most of them off. the. ed in the initial phase the alongest death prevailed and fear was the response. for from the 1780s until the 19 250eus travelers who made their way around the world did so with a striking confidence that they could survive the experience. western society had generated technology and political networks that seemed to have conquered the globe. at this point, it was not only possible to go around the world. it had become a poplar past time. representation of doing a circumnavigation became playful, entizing -- enticing even joy us. there were costs. not all of them hidden. there seemed to be hidden glories making an swing around the planet. over the 20th century and now to the 21st century. the confidence has given way to doub
.50$20.50 for the last one. that $180. the hawaii individually is $35. >>host: why? >>guest: i do not know that is it sells for. supply and demand. how about you are going to get the 2001,3, 4, 5 7 all the 2008's are $9.50 apiece. and then $35. so is $84, $83 for that set. you $20 per set. if i had 1000 of these runs i sell every one of them right here tonight. i do not.i had 200. actually 212 to be exact. i do not have to hundred 13. we will sell all 212 because you get all 10 of them with the original government packaging, the key to this is the original government packaging, less than $20 per set. $199.95. for me i think it is one of the most and collectable sets ever done by the u.s. government. these are- minted coins. the coins (...)do not confuse them with the coins you get at the bank or office. these only come in these sets. >>host: they were never in somebody's pocket. >>guest: these are presentation coins! when you take a coin like the georgia state quarter which is one of the rarest are nearly 1000 times more rare the regular issued coins. the regular issue george 1/4 of w
to north carolina to complete infantry training, and after that i went off to hawaii where i would be stationed for the next four years. this is where i also attended sniper school. so after attending sniper school, i quickly shipped off to iraq, and in iraq i didn't get to complete my tour because i was bitten on my right hand by a vicious enemy spider, and i actually suffered severe nerve damage, but i want to let everyone in this room know that the enemy will stop at nothing. they even train their spiders to bide us. [laughter] so i returned back home for trying to get my happened back, and this is where i became a sniper team leader in charge of five other marines. and we were out in mow salve i have -- mojave when my gunnery sergeant says we need five volunteers to go to afghanistan. and i said, what's the mission? he said we don't know yet, we just need five volunteers right now. i raised my hand and said, all right, i'm ready to go. so i ended up being signed to a small team of advisers, and we were going to act as advisers to the afghan national army. and this is different
. it was not until the mid-90s with hawaii that we talked about it in a serious way, and my friend, you know him well, evan wilson, was working on this, but when evan started working on this in the 1990s, people were like, gay marriage? that was in part because we were simply fighting to make it legal to have intimate relationships. i was a felon in the state of texas as i lived there. we can joke about that. i think, okay, not going to enforce the law. how will they catch me? for friends of mine going into law enforcement or education or the military or things like that, the sodomy laws were huge. >> host: it's been a huge change. >> guest: we were not talking about marriage, but it takes time, i think, to make this part of the culture, and not just in terms of the legal incidence. in terms of parents and grandparents saying, so when are you going to make it official? that takes time to build, and i think that that's something worth building for same-sex couples. >> host: one of the i things i remember thinking about, and you can talk about it better than i can, obviously, is how the fight for gay m
circumnavigation to james cook's death in hawaii, that is from 151-92-1759, mariners he went around the world did so in fear. it was reasonable for them to be fearful in the dangers of such a voyage in the age of sail. in mortality rates for circumnavigation routinely covered in the 70th percentile so a lot of people try to go around the world. the world simply shrugged most of them off so in this initial phase death prevailed in fear was the response. in the 1780s until the 1920s however travelers made their way around the world with a striking confidence that they could survive the experience. that was because it generated technologtechnolog y and political networks that seem to have conquered the globe. at this point it was not only possible to go-round the world that have become a popular pastime. representations of doing the circumnavigation became playful, enticing and even joyous. there were costs not all of them hidden that they seemed out weighed by the glories in making an easy swing around the planet. over the 20th century, and now into the early 21st century, the confidence has given
ask unanimous consent the tributes to danny inouye, late senator from hawaii, be printed as a senate document and that members have until 12:00 p.m. on tuesday, january 8, 2013, to submit said tributes. the presiding officer: is there objection? without objection. mr. durbin: i ask unanimous consent when the senate completes its business today, it recess until 11:00 a.m. on monday, december 31, 2012. following the prayer and pledge, the journal of proceedings be approved to date and the time for the two leaders be reserved for their use later in the day, that following any leader remarks, the senate proceed to a period of morning business until 12:00 p.m. for debate only with senators permitted to speak therein for up to ten minutes each. the presiding officer: without objection. mr. durbin: if there is no further business to come before the senate, i ask that it recess under the previous order. the presiding officer: the senate stands in recess until 11:00 a.m.
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